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You may want to look at openssl s_client, e.g. # openssl s_client -connect https://dummy.com:8443


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What Power management features for the adapter are actually disabled ? Have you tried disabling these features : 1-Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power. 2-Allow this device to bring the computer out of standby. If they are disabled , i highly recommend updating the adapters drivers.


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Yeah there's a program called stunnel it has a configuration file, you tell it what port to listen on, what port to forward to. it works for client side, or server side, or both. so it can turn a server that doesn't support ssl, into effectively one that does. or a client that doesn't support ssl, effectively into one that does. or make both a client ...


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Thanks to RedGrittyBrick, the access log allowed me to see it wasn't even hitting the machine. I found out in /etc/hosts I was resolving an incorrect hostname to the IP. Even though the message was sent to the correct IP, I guess the DNS did not like the incorrect hostname that may have been in the headers.


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Replacing the router should be your last resort. You may want to check your router settings before you do this. If the router is provided by the Internet Service Provider (ISP), you can directly have them check the settings. Usually, devices provided by the ISP are 2 in one. And this is generally not the issue. Also, if you do decide to go with a new ...


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With wireless, there are a number of things you can check or try to see if you can improve the available bandwidth. You really aren't even beginning to stretch the limits of the wireless or wired connections, though. If just the wireless is slow, avoiding interference is best. 1a. You can try changing the wireless channel that the Netgear is set to, ...


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I have this device [Syquest ez135] with all the paper work & install disks. It uses a parallel printer port. Unfortunately it also uses win95 & so far I have not found a way to get WinXP to see the drive. So you have two issues, you need a parallel printer port and a modern driver.


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One thing that might affect a browser and nothing else: Proxy Settings. You might want to ensure that they are as intended by looking at / editing the config One possible cause for your issues is that a) You were using a functioning proxy server, but it stopped working for some reason. b) Something/someone set you up to use a proxy server for a variety of ...


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You will never be connecting those speakers directly to the computer, you will need an amplifier. But I don't know of any that are not meant for home AV, and will be dvd player sized with a number of inputs. However there's another issue, it sounds like you had one of those all in one kits, so you'll need to check what amperage (measured in Ohms) usually 4 ...


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I had the same issue when attempting to use my laptop as a bridge, such that the PS4 is plugged into the laptop via LAN, and the laptop is connected to the wifi. It turns out that there is a setting in the BIOS called "Wireless Radio Control", or something similar. After disabling the feature, I am able to use both LAN and Wifi connections and setup a ...


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ae12.edge1.NewYork2.level3.net does not appear to be passing traffic. The effects of the problem are sporadic and widespread. https://downdetector.com/status/level3?fb_action_ids=10205484876232871&fb_action_types=og.comments


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I've had similar cases when I worked at an isp company. Most of which the following commands ended up working for some but others related a different issue. You could try it and see if it makes a difference.Run cmd in administration mode and type netsh i ip log.txt Followed by netsh winsock reset. If all goes well restart your pc and try doing ...


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If you are using a desktop version of Ubuntu, I believe setting nameservers to 127.0.0.1 is fine as long as you have the correct info in network-manager. Not very logical, but it works like that for me. You might want to check if the ethernet interface you are using is actually working. I've lost quite a few before, but if you don't mind using command line a ...


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This seems propagation related issues, not bandwidth or server overload issues. I doubt a 16/3 mbit/sec internet connection might overload a consumer grade router those days. If you have a spare pc, it might be worth installing something like pfSense to check out if its a overload issue. But i would bet more on problems on the radio side of things.



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